A Quick Travel Guide to Sorrento Coast

Posted November 15, 2022 by in Lifestyle

The erratic and rocky coastline, the green hills, the stunning sea, and the profile of Vesuvius are what define the Sorrento Coast. This area is beautiful and rich in culture.

To properly understand why so many people fell head over heels in love with it, take a stroll around the streets of its villages and cities. With luxury villas and houses for rent on the Sorrento coast, you can avail yourself of top-grade accommodations. It’s a charming village where you may take a stroll, relax, and enjoy a little of la dolce vita.

The following are some noteworthy activities you might enjoy while in Sorrento.

sunny day on Sorrento coast

Parasailing Experience

Take a solo, combo, or triple parasail flight to soar over the peaceful blue seas. From this vantage point, you can see the entire Bay of Naples and take in the stunning surroundings. The staff will attend to all of your needs and outfit you with the latest cutting-edge parasailing equipment when you arrive. Prior to going parasailing, pay attention to the safety and operational briefing.

As the specially constructed parasailing boat departs the dock, you will be gently lifted off the back deck. Take a seat back, relax, and take in the gorgeous landscape as you float over the skies. After around 10 to 12 minutes of flight, your instructor will gently take you back to the boat.

Amalfi Coast

One of the most breathtaking stretches of coastline in the entire world is the Sorrentine Peninsula, with its sheer cliffs, gorgeous waves, and pastel-coloured cottages built high atop one another among cliffside lemon and olive gardens. You won’t soon forget the incredibly captivating sights. The trip is risky, though. There are many twisty bends, turns that are so tight, and cliffside drops down the road that will make you start sweating. It’s definitely a thrill ride.

Shop in the historic district

Shopping lovers will love Sorrento. Visit the shops along Via San Cesareo and the laneways close by. Along with the vibrant local apparel known as Moda Positano, you can also find artisanally made ceramics and intarsia-crafted wooden things. We appreciate the wonderful handmade sandals manufactured by Sandali Siniscalchi, and limoncello is obviously easy to replenish. On Mondays, Piano di Sorrento and Tuesdays in Sorrento, there is a local market open all year where you can buy home decor and linens.

Path of the God’s Hike

Utilise the pick-up service at a scheduled meeting place before arriving at the breathtaking Amalfi Coast to hike the Path of the Gods (Il Sentiero Degli Dei). Travel through paradise on the ancient route that formerly connected the tranquil hamlet of Nocelle near Positano with Bomerano in Agerola, just outside of Naples. One of the most beautiful hiking trails in the entire world, the trail was named for the natural beauty of its surroundings. While exploring the remnants of historic farmhouses, get to know the local shepherds. They supply milk or wood to remote settlements scattered throughout the hills and along the Tyrrhenian Sea coast. 

Piazza Tasso 

A large, sunny square outside of the old town, there is no serenity at Piazza Tasso. Tourists taking pictures, horse-drawn carriages picking up and dropping off tourists, leisurely residents strolling around, and a number of cafes and restaurants housed in stately sunshine-yellow architecture can all be found at Sorrento’s central hub of activity. While the weather is nice, stop for an espresso, or come back later for an appetiser. 

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